What is the oldest piece of software you still use regularly?
Well I only use it every couple of months, but akabak is pretty nice.
Latest version only has a 16bit build available
I still use MS Office 2003
It's compatible with docx and starts in about a second, with none of the bloat of Libreoffice and never versions of MS Office
MS Word even displays two pages onscreen at once on wide screen monitors, which is impressive considering how uncommon wide screen monitors were in 2003
TL;DR MS Office 2003 masterrace
Of all the programs autocad is easily the most backward compatible. It basically hasnt changed since the 90s except they add a new feature every year to make workflow 0.1% faster. You can also remove the ribbon and change to classic interface.
not sure if this is the one I have, as it looks like it has more stuff than mine, but basically the same thing. I might have to delete mine and get this one...
My comic reader. I had broken for Mountain Lion but then it started working normally again for Mavericks. Original code is pretty quality for having lasted this long.
Source SDK - Hammer Map Editor (Not sure about this one)
I wonder if there's a catalog of old software that works on recent windows versions.
I used to love the UI of a CD player on Windows 98... I can only remember that, not the name or anything.
The newer versions of Audacity has paulstretch built in.
Also I'm assuming video games don't count.
Ayyy. Hey if you could do me a favor and try to find the video that plays when you exit the game game and upload it to something for me that would be great. Lost my disk and cba to pirate. Need it for an audio project
- Illustrator 9 (2000)
- Paint (2001)
- Photoshop 7.0 (2002)
- PicaView (2002)
- Winamp 5 (2003)
as an excuse, i'm a vaporwave enthusiast.